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Earth Observatory Blogs

Science for the Peeple

Published 3/21/2019 in Earth Matters

Take a peep at some of the NASA-inspired entries in “The World’s Finest Science-Themed Peeps Diorama Contest.”

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Changing Ocean Colors

Published 3/19/2019 in Earth Matters

Bluer here, yellower there; here’s what scientists think is in store for the future color of Earth’s oceans.

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Bringing a National Land Cover Monitoring System to Afghanistan

Published 3/7/2019 in Notes from the Field

Creating a customized service for annual land cover mapping and change analysis in Afghanistan.

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March Puzzler

Published 3/4/2019 in Earth Matters

Your challenge is to use the comments section to tell us what we are looking at and why it is interesting.

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5 Stories from 5 Years of Precipitation Measurements from Space

Published 3/1/2019 in Earth Matters

In honor of the Global Precipitation Measurement mission’s fifth anniversary, we’re highlighting some of our favorite and most unique Earth Observatory stories related to the satellite–from farmers trying to increase crop yields to researchers predicting the spread of fires.

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